At the time when social-distancing is the new normal, the coronavirus has stopped us from giving each other hugs and feel loved.
A 29-year-old man missed hugging his grandma so much that he invented a solution, a Cuddle Curtain. A basic see-through shower curtain fitted with long safety sleeves to avoid touching each other.
Hug curtain went viral on social media, and netizens are amazed by the lovely idea to make expressed your love.
Even, Mahindra chairman Anand Mahindra shared the video and called the cuddle-curtain a “life-changing” invention.
It didn’t take a Nobel prize winner to create this device. But to the elderly, who have been missing the embrace of their families, this invention will rank as a life-changing one… As important as the vaccine we’re all waiting for… pic.twitter.com/V6V0TxnGY9— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) May 19, 2020
Earlier, a 10-yr-old girl made a plastic curtain with arm slots so that she could hug her grandparents while quarantined.
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